Windermere Cove

Hidden along the shores of the Lake of the Ozarks in Roach, Mo., is the town of Cave-Pump (now called Windermere Cove). The little town grew up, literally, around a hole in the ground that revealed a deep cave perfect for refrigeration and providing access to fresh, spring-fed water. The Delaware and Osage Indian tribes originally occupied the cave and its surrounding land. The area was officially “settled” in 1829 and since then has been developed and re-developed several times. …


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